Logos Pro Tech Tip: Reforming the Way You Study the Works of Jonathan Edwards

Few American theologians have shaped Christian thinking, preaching, and even revival practices as much as Jonathan Edwards. And Edwards left many volumes of memoirs, letters, sermons, and notes. His “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God” is probably the most famous English sermon ever written, and is studied to this day by students of American literature. However, the popularity of this sermon has led some to dismiss Edwards as merely a “hellfire and brimstone” preacher.

In this week’s video, we’ll take a look at the Works of Jonathan Edwards, Yale Edition, and discover how easy it is to search for key terms and theological concepts inside the writings of this towering Christian figure.

While you’re watching, you may want to consider taking advantage of the limited-time discount on resources like this one and others from Yale University Press.

Recommended Resources

The post Logos Pro Tech Tip: Reforming the Way You Study the Works of Jonathan Edwards appeared first on LogosTalk.



from Logos Talk: The Logos Bible Software Blog http://ift.tt/2gZ0F7p
via IFTTT

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Build and Use a Logos Bible Software Library for Free

Where has all the discernment gone? Asking for a friend

Oklahoma Convocation on Discernment and Public Ministry